As I suspiciously observe the current political rivalry, I see an eerie parallel in history.
Following their defeat in the First World War, Germany was a total wreck, forced to endure a ceaseless national humiliation, accompanied and aggravated by high unemployment, starvation, hopelessness, embarrassment, and shame, all conditions which were forced on the German people by the deliberate collusion of their European neighbors, particularly France and Great Britain.
Germans saw what transpired in Russia, and were terrified that a tragic Bolshevik triumph would also befall their own country.
It was under these conditions that Adolf Hitler and the German National Socialist Workers Party were FREELY and LEGALLY elected to power by a voting populace which could see no other way to stop the threat of violently lethal Bolshevism.
With the Nazis in control, there was employment, industry, money, and food.
After having endured so many years of terror, humiliation, poverty, and hunger, German people finally had a tangible hope for a bright and enlightened future.
They could hold up their heads and be PROUD of being German.
Of course, the German populace had no idea that, secretly, Adolf Hitler and Josef Stalin were actually plotting and conniving as ALLIES in their nefarious schemes!
Indeed, the Nazis learned how to kill Jews by diligently studying how Josef Stalin killed Ukrainians.
What has this got to do with the current political scene here in our own beloved United States of America?
Are we not now, as a nation and a people, in more or less the identical situation that Germany found itself just prior to the Second World War?
Is there not an uncanny historical parallel, in that Donald John Trump is offering wildly enthusiastic American voters some hope, where before there was nothing but confused hopelessness?
He promises to build a wall on the Mexican Border, and to deport all of the illegal aliens.
He promises to have manufacturing industries restored to American soil.
I'm totally in support of those actions, IF he will actually do it, and not just make empty campaign promises, while failing to implement those policies.
As it now stands, we are continuously ensnarled in one war after another, all over the globe, in countries where we have no business even being involved.
Our national economy is doomed to collapse.
How did it even last this long?
If we are to survive, we must be willing to deal head on with our national racial hostilities, and abolish any and all affirmative action racial quotas, and benignly permitting voluntary racial segregation.
We must abolish the lies imposed by the foolishness of "politically correct" language and speech.
I'm really concerned that NONE of the candidates ever cites as a resource our divinely inspired Constitution of the United States of America and/or the Declaration of Independence (which is our authority for claiming unalienable rights for individual citizens).
I'm also concerned that NO candidate appears to make a distinction between a "Democracy" and a "Republic".
Donald Trump's opponent (as it currently stands) is Bernie Sanders, a confirmed Bolshevik (Okay, so he SAYS, "Socialist"!), determined to eventually create the bloody horrors imposed by a Soviet style police state.
So, now what?
I'm just one man, and I certainly don't have all the answers.
I sure as Sam Hill don't want to see the same ol', same ol' Republican Party and Democratic Party status quo being perpetuated in their ignorant insulation from their voting constituency.
No, I don't claim to know everything.
But - - - ,
I do think almost every contemporary problem in our beloved native land could be peacefully resolved by relying on a stalwart universally armed citizenry, and by relying on the contents found within the pages of our Holy Bible, our Declaration of Independence, and our Constitution of the United States of America.
Now then, which candidate is most likely to do that?
Or are ALL of them merely inveterate liars from the git-go?
John Robert Mallernee, Esquire
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